Question about 2005 Chrysler 300
Sounds like you're not burning oil (blue smoke would be a good indicator of this) but you're leaking oil. Most likely source considering how much oil you're losing would be the valve cover gasket. Look under the hood for any pools of oil under the air breather pan around the valve cover. If you're not seeing oil on the ground where you park, it could all be burning off on the manifold.
If it's not the valve cover gasket, then next likely source could be oil seals.
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